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Sermons

Lies we Believe.

Years ago, a gentleman was traveling through South Alabama on one of those hot, sultry Alabama days. He stopped at a watermelon stand, picked out a watermelon, and asked the proprietor how much it cost. “It’s $1.10,” he replied. The traveler dug into his pocket, found only a bill and said, “All I have is…

Spiritual Focus

Henry Ford, most famous for implementing and the assembly line process to automobile manufacture and starting Ford motor company, wrote the following about distraction “A weakness of all human beings, is trying to do too many things at once. That scatters effort and destroys direction. It makes for haste, and haste makes waste. So we…

Distracted….

There’s an old story told of a farmer who told his wife that he was going out to harvest the ripe fruit in his field. He got up early so he could warm up the truck and get a jump on the heat of the day. He needed more fuel, so he went to the…

Dealing with Discouragement

It was undoubtedly one of the most discouraging times for the followers of Christ. What had started out as a brilliant adventure with prospects of changing the world had settled into division, hatred, betrayal, backstabbing and ultimately the death of an innocent man. In John 21 Peter takes action and heads back to a familiar…

The Unity of the Spirit

There is in South India a story of a wealthy landowner who had some very quarrelsome sons, always jealous of one another and always at strife among them­selves. On his deathbed, he called them and divided his property among them. Then he called for some sticks to be brought, nicely tied into a bundle, and…

One Accord

Years ago a man was at sea sailing through a terrific storm. To put it lightly he was very sea-sick! If you’ve ever had motion sickness you know that if there is a time when a person feels that he cannot do any work for the Lord it is then. While this man was sick…

The Foundation of Unity

Each Morning as the sun rises over Washington DC, its first rays fall on the eastern side of the city’s tallest structure, the 555-foot Washington Monument. The first part of that monument to reflect the rising sun is the eastern side of its aluminum capstone, where the Latin phrase: Laus Deo, is written. The translation…

A Field of Dreams

Just imagine that you were offered the “Deal of a lifetime”, a choice piece of property in the mountains with a luxury hotel on it. The building is worth $20 million, easily, but you can pick it up for $20,000. What do you think? Would it make a difference that it was located in the…

The Power of Obedience 

A recently licensed pilot was flying his private plane in a cloudy day. He was not very experienced in instrument landing. When the control tower was to bring him in, he began to get panicky. Then a stern voice came over the radio, “You just obey instructions, we’ll take care of the obstructions.” The New…

Rise Above

One of the most strange convictions I’ve ever read of happened during the siege of Ladysmith a small village in South Africa. A civilian was arrested, court-martialed, and sentenced to a year’s imprisonment for the crime of discouragement! He would simply go along the lines and say discouraging words to the men on duty. He…